Iran: Fear of torture or ill-treatment/ incommunicado detention/ possible prisoners of conscience
11 men (Ebrahim Madadi, Naser Gholami, Mansour Heyat Gheibi, Seyed Davoud Razavi, Sa'id Torabian, Ali Zade Hossein, Abdolreza Tarazi, Yaghub Salami, Hossein Shahsavari, Ata Babakhani, Yousef Moradi) and at least 500 other workers of the United Bus Company of Tehran, have been arrested since 25 January. They are believed to be detained incommunicado and are at risk of torture and ill-treatment. Amnesty International believes that they are prisoners of conscience.
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